Wine for Wags!

🌟 Support Hardeman Adoptable Animals, Inc. with ONEHOPE Wine! 🍷 🌟 Dear friends, animal lovers, and wine enthusiasts, We have an exciting opportunity to combine our love for animals and fine wine, all for a fantastic cause! 🐾 Hardeman Adoptable Animals, Inc. is partnering with ONEHOPE Wine to raise funds to support our furry friends in need. By simply purchasing your favorite wine from ONEHOPE, you can make a significant impact on the lives of homeless animals looking for their forever homes. What is ONEHOPE Wine? 🍷 ONEHOPE Wine is a mission-driven winery that makes a positive impact with every...

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How much is that doggie in the window?

or: Why Does It Cost So Much to Adopt a Shelter Dog? Adopting a dog from a shelter is a wonderful thing to do. It gives a loving home to a dog in need. But many people are surprised by how much it can cost. Let’s look at why these fees are necessary and what they cover. Vaccinations Shelters make sure dogs get the shots they need to stay healthy. These shots protect dogs from diseases that can make them very sick or even be deadly. Important vaccinations include: Rabies: Protects against a disease that can spread to people. Distemper:...

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3 Ingredient Dog Treats (40-50 small treats)⁠

INGREDIENTS:1 cup oat flour (or whole wheat flour)⁠¼ cup natural peanut butter (no additives)⁠½ cup cooked sweet potato, mashed (or unsweetened pumpkin puree)⁠⁠METHOD:– Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F and prepare a baking tray with parchment paper. – Stir together mashed sweet potato and all natural peanut butter (no sweeteners or additives). – Add the flour. If using oat flour you can make it yourself by just grinding quick or rolled oats into a flour using a food processor. If your dog is not sensitive to wheat, feel free to use whole wheat flour. – Mix the flour into...

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Give Love, Save Lives

or Why your donation means everything to Hardeman Adoptable Animals Ever wondered what it truly takes to keep Hardeman Adoptable Animals, our beloved local shelter, thriving? Well, let me give you an insider’s look into the heart of our community. At Hardeman Adoptable Animals, we’re more than just a shelter – we’re a family. And like any family, we rely on each other to keep things running smoothly. That’s why every dollar you donate goes directly to the animals we care for. When an animal arrives at our shelter, they receive thorough vetting, including vaccines, flea/tick meds, and a heartworm...

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It’s raining cats and dogs!!

As spring rolls in, so do lots of cute puppies and kittens at places like Hardeman Adoptable Animals. But with all these adorable new arrivals, shelters like ours face a big challenge. We get so many new litters that it’s tough to look after them all. At HAA, we’re all about helping animals, and one big way we do that is by talking about spaying and neutering. Here’s why it’s so important: Keeping the Pet Population in Check: There are way more animals needing homes than there are people adopting them. Spaying and neutering help stop more babies from being...

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Gus Update

We got an update on GUS this week! He went up North to a foster in West Chicago and she fell in love and she ADOPTED him! She says “He’s a happy boy! He’s a shy guy who definitely prefers me, and is a chicken. He loves all the dogs and loves to play. He’s a goofy boy!

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Gus

Warning: some photos may be a little graphic HAA volunteers responded to a call of a dog in need of care today. This sweet boy had a lead wrapped around his leg and did not want to be touched. His leg was injured, and he was obviously in pain. Volunteers were able to get him to Old Hatchie Vet Clinic (thank you, Dr. Pulse!) to be looked at. His leg is now free of the cord, and he will be kept overnight so Dr. Pulse can re-evaluate in the morning once some swelling goes down. Right now we are hoping...

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A New Beginning

There’s a Vietnamese proverb that says, “When eating fruit, remember the one who planted the tree.” Our hearts are full of gratitude and we want to say Thank You. 2020 was a challenging year for everyone, but despite it all our supporters were so very generous with their donations that we were able to finish the shelter and buy a new van. So many other donations in between helped with our daily operating expenses for the health and happiness of our dogs. We cannot do what we do without you, and we are profoundly grateful.  If you are interested in...

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Marie Warren Hadley

HAA extends heartfelt sympathy to our volunteer Ken Hadley. Ken is steadfast in his work to see us move into the new shelter! Marie, and her partner and best friend, Ken Hadley, spent most of the last 20 years fostering and caring for the animals of Hardeman County. They sheltered as many as 15 at a time at their home, held fundraisers there on the farm, and participated in most, if not all, events for the shelter. Ken uses his heavy equipment to mow, clear, and level the land at both the old and new shelters. Marie enthusiastically supported all...

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So Doggone Close!

Thanks to YOU-we are one giant step closer to our new shelter! We know it’s not easy waiting to see donation results, so here is what happened in the last couple of weeks. Thanks for having faith in us! If you would like to donate, go to paypal.me/haadogs.

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Getting Close

HAA has launched a capital campaign in order to raise the remaining funds we need to get moved in before the end of 2019. Our goal was to raise $60,000, and in the past month, we have already brought in over $11,000 of that! However, we still need funds, supplies, and volunteers to get us moved in. If you or your business can donate money, supplies, or time, please contact a volunteer. One of our immediate needs is 6 foot tall chain link fencing. We will also need extra volunteers at the new and old shelters the week that we make our...

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Progress …

Day 10 -19 has come and gone and so has the Morton crew. We can never thank these guys enough for their work. They have been amazing, and we hope they come to visit when we are all done. We have come a LONG way, but we still have a long way to go. We still have to actually build the kennels and finish the office building. We have reached a HUGE milestone, and we aren’t done yet! If you would like to donate please go to paypal.me/haadogs Note that it is for the building fund. No amount is too small...

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